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There is never a message map entry by "magic". They are added manually or by the class wizard.

EM_* are messages send to an edit control for getting or setting properties, or starting specific operations. So there is no need to process these messages by your application and they are not supported by the class wizard. For most of these EM_* messages there are corresponding MFC functions which just send the message with some optional parameter processing. So you might for example override CEdit::GetSel() (which sends the EM_GETSEL message) to add some funcionality.

In the case of EM_SETWORDBREAKPROC your application would send this message to the control to pass the address of a function. Then there is no need to handle the message because you can do the necessary operations just before or after sending the message.
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